RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Neither the far-leftist Gabriel Boric nor the religious conservative José Antonio Kast, who will compete for the Chilean Presidency next Sunday, will have their majority in Congress: the current scenario will force whoever wins to forge stable alliances to make his project viable, in a fragmented space under pressure from the street.
The elections of last November 21 defined a run-off election marked by antagonistic positions and dispersion of political forces and the irruption of new ones in the Chamber, which will give particularities to the dialogue between the Executive and Legislative powers for . . .
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